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News: EBacc narrows attainment gap, study suggests

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Boosting take-up of EBacc subjects can help narrow gaps in attainment between poorer pupils and their peers, according to new research. However, the study warns that disadvantaged pupils remain less likely to study certain subjects and that the government's target for EBacc take-up is not realistic.

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